How Aragon Hopes to Improve on Democracy – Ep.135

Luis Cuende, the CEO of Aragon One, describes the Aragon Network, how it aims to create new systems better for human coordination and the roles of the various parts of the ecosystem, such as Aragon One, the Aragon Association, the Aragon Court, Aragon Nest and the Aragon Network token. He describes the various parts of the Aragon Network, such as a finance app and voting app, how the network can be used both by decentralized organizations as well as centralized companies, and how he thinks decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) interact with real-world legal jurisdictions. We discuss how disputes are handled in Aragon, what the token, ANT, is used for, and why Aragon is contemplating building its own blockchain instead of sitting atop Ethereum, as it currently does. We also talk about how Aragon is governed, how it hopes to someday decentralize its governance and other ways Aragon can reach Cuende’s ideal governance. Plus, we cover a few controversial votes in Aragon and the role of whales in such systems.

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Episode links:

Aragon Network:

Luis Cuende:

Aragon white paper:

Breaker Mag article about Aragon:

Vitalik Buterin’s proposals on DAICOs:

Aragon Governance Proposals (AGP):

Vote against funding Polkadot:

Unchained episode about Polkadot:

Unchained episode about Ethereum 2.0:

Unchained episode with Ameen Soleimani of MolochDAO:

Stats on Aragon:

Unchained episode about Melon protocol:

Autark, the decentralized SpaceX:

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